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Anna has two children. What are their names?
Where does the opera scene occur?
What is the novel's famous first line (as translated by Pevear and Volokhonsky)?
Nabokov prefers what alternative title of 'Anna Karenina'?
In how many parts is the novel divided?
Who does Levin kick out of the house due to jealousy?
What are Anna's last words in the novel before throwing herself in front of a train?
What article of clothing causes a huge stir before the wedding of Levin and Kitty?
When was Anna Karenina published?
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Anna Karenina’s char­ac­ter was inspired by who?
What hobby does Count Vronsky take up when he and Anna venture to Italy?
Where does the epigraph ('Vengeance is mine, I will repay') come from?
Tolstoy drew inspiration for Kitty from whom in his life?
At the time Tolstoy wrote the book, divorce was only granted in Russia because of: phys­i­cal dis­abil­ity of spouses, a miss­ing spouse (for years), or ____.
At Stiva's dinner party, the intellectual conversation between Pestsov and Koznyshev became most heated when what issue came up?
Which character is a semi-autographical portrayal of Tolstoy's life?
Who is set to star as Anna Karenina in the film version of the novel set to release in 2012?
Tolstoy claims 'Anna Karenina' is his '____ ____ novel.'

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